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Nov 19, 2015, 05:20 ET Half of Americans Use the Internet for Personal Reasons While at Work, Says FindLaw.com Survey

It's a temptation too great for many people to resist – using the Internet to check your Facebook page, watch those cat videos or check on...


Jun 15, 2015, 05:20 ET Parents Worry More, But Doing Less to Protect Their Children on the Internet, Says New FindLaw.com Survey

 A new survey says parents are worrying more – but doing less – to protect their children from Internet dangers, such as...


Apr 30, 2015, 05:20 ET Americans Say Freedom of Speech is the Most Important Constitutional Right, According to FindLaw.com Survey for Law Day, May 1

 Freedom of speech is the most important constitutional right, according to a new survey from FindLaw.com, the most popular legal information...


Apr 07, 2015, 05:20 ET Do Divorce Courts Favor Men or Women? Men & Women Disagree, Says FindLaw.com Survey

 Do divorce courts favor men or women? Well, the answer depends on whom you ask. A new survey from FindLaw.com, the most popular legal...


Mar 11, 2015, 15:13 ET Americans Oppose "Speed Trap" Radar Cameras, But Support Red Light Cameras, Says FindLaw.com Survey

 Smile, you're on a radar speed trap camera!  More communities across the country are adopting automated radar-activated cameras to catch...


Feb 05, 2015, 05:20 ET Who Should Keep the Ring From a Broken Engagement? "I Do!" Says FindLaw.com Survey

 Left at the altar. Runaway brides and grooms. When a wedding engagement is broken off, it often leaves both hurt feelings and a leftover...


Feb 02, 2015, 05:20 ET Most Online Shoppers Don't Read the Fine Print, Says FindLaw.com Survey

 Today's online shoppers aren't bothering to read the fine print when they shop, and could be giving many of their legal rights if something...


Aug 05, 2014, 05:20 ET One in Four Americans Admits Abusing Prescription Drugs, Says FindLaw.com Survey

One in four Americans admits that they have abused prescription drugs, according to a new national survey by FindLaw.com, the most popular legal...


Apr 21, 2014, 05:20 ET Internet is Now the Most Popular Way to Find and Research a Lawyer, Says FindLaw Survey

Consumers are mostly likely to turn to the Internet to find and research a lawyer before hiring them, compared with other methods, according to a...


Mar 13, 2014, 05:20 ET New Mandatory Sick Leave Laws Have Overwhelming Support, Says FindLaw.com Survey

 An overwhelming majority of Americans support a growing number of laws that provide mandatory paid sick leave for workers. That's according to...


Feb 27, 2014, 05:20 ET Nearly 1 in 12 Parents Say Their Child Has Experienced Cyberbullying, Says New FindLaw.com Survey

In an era when reports of cyberbullying among children are prevalent, a new survey from FindLaw.com, the most popular legal information...


Dec 18, 2013, 05:20 ET Many Americans Afraid to Report Injuries on the Job, Says New FindLaw.com Survey

 Nearly ten percent of American adults has been injured on the job but did not report it for fear of retaliation, such as being fired. That's...


Dec 11, 2013, 05:20 ET One in Five Americans Has Been Injured on the Job, Says New FindLaw.com Survey

 More than one in five Americans say they have been injured on the job. That's the finding of a new survey from FindLaw.com, the most popular...


Oct 24, 2013, 05:20 ET Some Workers Claim Careless Social Media Postings Cost Them Their Job, Says New FindLaw.com Survey

Unflattering social media postings may be costing some workers their jobs and damaging their careers. That's the finding of a new survey from...


Oct 10, 2013, 05:20 ET Few Americans Believe They'll Receive Social Security, Says New FindLaw.com Survey

 Only 31 percent of American adults believe that Social Security will still be around when they retire, according to a new survey from...